[links] Link salad sweats on cue

What Publishers Don’t Do — Andrew Wheeler on Michael Chabon and e-books. Chabon got this one wrong, which is unusual for him, I think.

Rocket-Powered ‘Aerotrain’ — Some awesome retrotech. (Via H—.)

Through a sun tunnelAPOD with an interesting image and write-up. I’d never heard of these.

Frankincense, Staple of Christmas, Doomed

Where the Tax-Cut Walkout Really Came FromThen, of course, along came the new Republican House majority under Newt Gingrich. They rewrote the formal rulebook which, to be entirely fair, really needed some of its more sclerotic provisions cleaned out. But they threw out the unwritten rules entirely. This culminated in the impeachment of Bill Clinton, and everything that has followed after, right up until this morning. They are not legislators. They are vandals in the house of democracy.

Speaker Cuts Off C-SPAN Cameras When Dems Attempt To Bring Vote On Payroll Tax Cut — The GOP: your party of good government. (Thanks to [info]corwynofamber.)

?otd: When is the last time you watched the original Star Trek?

Writing time yesterday: 0.0 hours (chemo fatigue)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 10.5 (very fitful plus napping)
Weight: 208.0
Currently (re)reading: The White Dragon by Anne McCaffrey

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  1. Cora says:

    Answer of the day: I’m just watching a rerun at the moment, actually. Today’s episode is “Mirror, Mirror”, which holds up surprisingly well.

    In fact, I find that the original Star Trek is the only one I can still watch, while anything from Next Generation on upwards has become unwatchable for me.

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